On August 9, 2022 there will be a general election and politics are becoming more and more active. Numerous rallies with various political themes are taking place all throughout the nation. Instead a number of companies are working diligently to do polls to predict who will win in August from the MCA to the presidency.
In an open poll conducted by KTN News in Mombasa Deputy President won by a significant margin over former prime minister and George Wajackoyah the presidential candidate for the Roots Party.
According to the findings the Dp Ruto received 19 votes, Raila Odinga was close behind with 17 votes and George Wajackoyah was far behind with 8 votes.
Considering that Mombasa County has historically been a bastion for Raila Odinga during general elections this plainly demonstrates that the terrain is steadily changing to Dp Ruto side.
According to the findings of the KTN News' open opinion survey it is evident that Mombasa political landscape is gradually changing. Raila Odinga should learn from this and rally his supporters to continue drumming up support for him in Mombasa and the coastal region.
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